Chow Club is an underground supper club based in Atlanta, GA. Each month, we feature a different chef from a different part of the world.
Chow Club founders Yohana Solomon and Amanda Plumb will be presenting at the World of Food Conference in Rock Hill, SC, February 21-23. As part of the conference, Yohana will be cooking up a special Ethiopian dinner on Friday, February 22. Tickets are no longer available for this dinner.
Triangular shaped pastry crust filled with ground beef, onion, green peppers, onion, and herbs. Fried and served with home made dipping sauce.
Vegan Option: Lentil Sambusa. Gluten-Free Option Available.
Chicken breasts simmered in Berber (a signature Ethiopian spice), onions, garlic, ginger, and a homemade spice blend.
Gluten-Free. Vegan Option: Dinich We’t Diced potatoes simmered in a homemade spice blend, onions, garlic, and ginger.
Split lentils simmered in a spicy Berber sauce with ginger and garlic.
Vegan & Gluten-Free
Split lentils simmered in a tomato sauce seasoned with onions, garlic, turmeric, and ginger.
Vegan & Gluten-Free.
Chopped collard greens cooked in herbed oil, onion, garlic, ginger and a homemade spice blend.
Vegan & Gluten-Free
A large, flat crepe-like spongy bread, injera is a staple source of carbohydrates in Ethiopia. Traditionally made out of teff flour, injera is gluten-free and high in iron. Eating with your hands is a standard practice in Ethiopia. The injera soaks up the juices from the dish and pieces are torn off to scoop up bites.
We will finish the meal off with Buna (ቡና ), traditional Ethiopian coffee.
Founded in February 2017 by Yohana Solomon and Amanda Plumb, Chow Club is a private underground supper club that hosts monthly dinners featuring chefs from across the globe. Each month, members are sent an email with the menu for the upcoming dinner. Tickets must be purchased online and often sell out weeks before the dinner.
Yohana was born and raised in Ethiopia. Came to the US in 1998 due to a civil war. Currently, she resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her daughter. She is the chef and owner of Kushina Catering, which specializes in authentic Ethiopian cuisine prepared using locally grown and sustainable sourced ingredients. She is also a co-founder of Chow Club Atlanta and the organizer of the Atlanta Underground Market. Yohana’s fresh, authentic Ethiopian cuisine has earned her a loyal following around Atlanta.
Amanda, who spent her formative years in Rock Hill, has been a resident of Atlanta for 9 years. Although she's spent her professional life working in labor unions, universities and nonprofits, she's passionate about food and bringing people together. She regularly opens her home for parties, potlucks, fundraisers and now Chow Club.